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‘Social Network’ no friend of the truth
October 3, 2010
When it comes to making movies about real people, Hollywood has a long history of not letting the facts get in the way.
‘Bonnie and Clyde’ director dies
September 30, 2010
“Bonnie and Clyde” wasn’t a movie that director Arthur Penn wanted to make, but when he finally agreed to it, he made sure that the violence provoked by the lawbreaking couple from the 1930s — and that led to the protagonists’ bullet-riddled demise — wasn’t disguised.
‘Wall Street’ leads market with $19M
September 27, 2010
Movie fans are investing in Michael Douglas and Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” which opened as the No. 1 weekend movie with $19 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Ben Affleck’s ‘The Town’ opens at No. 1 with $23.8M
September 20, 2010
“The Town” is the talk of the box office, opening with $23.8 million to take the No. 1 spot.
Money, death and owls pack fall film slate
September 19, 2010
Hollywood aims to help you escape from all that lousy economic news in the real world this fall, with a lineup heavy on fun and fantasy.
‘Resident Evil’ leads slow weekend
September 13, 2010
On a weekend that Hollywood was largely content to cede to football and late-summer barbecues, Sony-Screen Gems’ “Resident Evil: Afterlife” led the box office.
Award-winning ‘Earthwork’ movie made in Lawrence by KU grads finally makes its city debut
September 10, 2010
For a month two years ago, the farm at Pendleton’s County Market was the main set. Most in town likely remember Massachusetts Street being closed for a day of filming. Now the movie “Earthwork” is playing in Lawrence.
Adaptation of ‘Fire’ not as bright as ‘Dragon’
September 10, 2010
“The Girl Who Played With Fire” feels like a hasty knockoff compared to the adaptation of the first book in Swedish novelist Stieg Larsson’s best-selling trilogy, “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.”
High Drama: Film festival brings peek at mountain life to Kaw Valley
September 9, 2010
There is a sizable contingent of local flatlanders who relish mountain sports. Thanks to those folks, the Banff Mountain Film Festival in Lawrence has snowballed the last nine years.
Irreverent Cuban movie promises zombie revolution
September 5, 2010
What would you do if your entire city was taken over by flesh-eating zombies and communist leaders insisted it was nothing but a plot by U.S-backed dissidents to destabilize the government?
Bollywood making film about Jesus
September 1, 2010
The first Bollywood movie about the childhood of Jesus will be shot in the Holy Land in the coming months, Indian filmmakers said Tuesday.
‘Exorcism’ has slim lead over ‘Takers’
August 30, 2010
The fright flick “The Last Exorcism” and the heist thriller “Takers” were in a photo finish for the top spot at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Piper native and KSU alum takes home Emmy for best supporting actor in a comedy series
August 29, 2010
Piper native Eric Stonestreet of “Modern Family” won the Emmy Award for best supporting actor in a comedy Sunday for his portrayal of a gay dad and partner who’s a boisterous spirit.
Moms go gaga over ‘Twilight,’ too
August 29, 2010
Jill Etesse was hooked on the “Twilight” books the second she cracked the series opener. She ripped through the saga on paper and rented movie No. 1. Then the madness began.
Duvall, Murray and cast elevate ‘Get Low’
August 27, 2010
Robert Duvall is an actor who can do stoic Southern characters in his sleep. He has always had a knack for playing the down-home philosopher who chooses his words carefully, and he’s as sturdy and subtle as ever in “Get Low,” a measured drama set in Depression-era Tennessee.